This week we take on: a bill proposal that would take healthcare from vulnerable children, a Ogden-based addiction recovery program, a ban on using handheld phones for Utah drivers and a stupid reaction to a mundane incident.
Administrators in the Cache County School District need to begin defending art, not acting as censors on behalf of those who misunderstand and fear it.
If Natalie Jex can find the strength to forgive Kyle Yepez, the man responsible for the death of her husband, the rest of us can learn to forgive one another too.
A local lawmaker is proposing a resolution to the Legislature to acknowledge the negative realities of climate change in Utah.
The ceremonies were performed on victims of the Holocaust, as well as deceased family members of political and celebrity figures.
The predictions for whether the sweeping measure will be ultimately good or bad for the U.S. is still unknown, but the part Hatch played in making it happen won’t be forgotten.
At least 1 in 5 Utah mothers likely suffer from some for of maternal mood disorder after childbirth. But we don’t seem to want to acknowledge it.
This week’s topics: Transparency from Weber County commissioners, Cow Gal Sam DeLeeuw, UTA ski buses, overwatering, and more.